Steeplejack injury advice is available from Accident Advice Helpline and we can help if your work accident was caused by the carelessness of a third party. Steeplejacks are exposed to many dangers during a working day. Tasks undertaken at height are especially risky and require health and safety measures to be followed to the letter to prevent devastating accidents that can shatter lives.
Steeplejack injury accident claims
Steeplejacks often enjoy working on buildings such as cathedrals and clock towers. The thrill of working at height and the resulting views across picturesque cities is unmatched by other professions. However, to ensure safety, very strict procedures must be put in place by the employer to reduce the chance of accidents occurring. Safety equipment, personal protective equipment, and risk assessments are just three of the factors that your employer must always be considering when they send you out to complete a task. They cannot afford to be negligent, as a worker can pay for their mistakes with their life. If you think that someone was to blame for your steeplejack injury then get in touch with us today by calling 0800 689 0500.
The great thing about Accident Advice Helpline is our no win no fee** policy. You can get a claim up and running without spending anything upfront. This is especially useful if you are currently struggling financially or if you are worried about the prospect of spending a huge amount on legal fees. You can receive expert help at a low cost so why not get in touch? We operate a 24–hour helpline, so you can always get the steeplejack injury advice you need.
Can I claim for a steeplejack injury?
- Three-year deadline. You can claim if you were involved in an accident that happened less than three years ago. There are times when this deadline can be extended or limited to a shorter period, so talk to our advisors for more information.
- Third party negligence. You must not be to blame for your accident and it must have been due to a lack of foresight from an employer. We will prove this liability to maximise compensation.
- Treatment for injuries. There must be a record of your injuries. Medical records are a key piece of evidence that we provide the courts and third party insurers.
You can return to work after making a claim against an employer. It would be considered an unfair dismissal if they took offence to you claiming. A compensation claim will probably not have an impact on their finances as they will have insurance to cover such events.
Accident Advice Helpline should be the first port of call if you require steeplejack injury advice that takes into account all the latest law and regulation changes. We are experts in this field. For more information, to confirm your eligibility and get a quote for your claim, take our 30–second online test found on our website or text claim365 to 88010. Do not hesitate, make a claim today and secure what is owed to you. It could change your and your family’s life for the better.
Date Published: June 15, 2015
Author: David Brown
Category: Working at height injury claims